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6 Years ago
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First Drive: 2012 Toyota Camry
Is the 2012 Toyota Camry new and special enough to vanquish the Hyundai Sonata? Is the SE model a poor man's sport sedan? Is Toyota's rebound in J.D. Power & Associates' initial quality rankings, and the company's vindication over specious unintended acceleration claims, enough to warrant purchase consideration? Do you experience headaches, dizziness, or nausea when driven swiftly in a sports car?

 If you've answered, "Well, heck, yes!" to any of these questions, get ready for a quiz in which we determine whether you'd notice an all-new seventh-generation model if it used your driveway for a U-turn.

Here are some study materials: Camrys traditionally run two cycles on one platform, and...

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6 Years ago
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First Drive: 2012 Kia Rio
During the driving portion of the 2012 Kia Rio press presentation in South Korea, we visited a phallic-themed, public rest area located off National Route 44. Thankfully there weren't any live ones, but you couldn't escape the wooden and stone phalluses and trinkets standing at attention in the parking lot and gift shop. After distancing ourselves from the giggling European vacationers, we asked about the location's significance.

Our Kia hosts didn't have a backstory for us, and not wanting a nastygram from our IT folks, we didn't attempt to Google from Korea. But we do have answers about the new 2012 Rio, which, like a particular rest stop now seared into memory, is designed to stand out...

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6 Years ago
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First Test: 2012 Nissan Versa SL
The Nissan Versa has always been marketed as one of the cheapest new cars in America -- a budget-conscious consumer's delight. The all-new 2012 Nissan Versa is no exception. Nissan's ads proclaim it as having "the most space per dollar of any car in America," comparing its rear legroom to that of a Mercedes E-Class. In an increasingly competitive segment, is that really enough?

 The top-of-the-line 2012 Nissan Versa SL we tested starts at $16,320. For that scratch you get a pretty well-equipped car, with front foglights, alloy wheels, 60/40 rear seats, Bluetooth, iPod connectivity, cruise control, power windows and locks, and Nissan's CVT. Step down to the SV at $15,320 and you lose the alloys,...

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6 Years ago
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kia optima
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hyundai sonata
Long Term Update 1: 2011 Kia Optima SX
When we first tested the new Kia Optima SX at our 2011 COTY competition last year we were a little surprised with the results, as were Kia. See, our tester was almost a full second slower than its sibling the Hyundai Sonata Turbo (6.5 seconds compared to 7.4 seconds to 60 mph) and in testing terms, that's a life time. We were all left scratching our heads as to why basically the same cars were so different in their performance.

Flash forward to March when we took delivery of our new Kia Optima SX long term vehicle. Taking a nice long road trip shortly after arrival meant our Optima was fully broken in before we ran our standard battery of tests all vehicles get when becoming part of our long...

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6 Years ago
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First Drive: 2012 Nissan Versa Sedan
At 6 feet, 6 inches tall, my half-Norwegian, half-Swedish co-pilot is no small gentleman. At 175.4 inches long, 66.7 inches wide, and 59.6 inches tall, the 2012 Nissan Versa is a relatively small five-passenger sedan. Yet surprisingly, the two work well together. He fits inside the popular B-segment car and his neck isn't kinked at nearly 90 degrees. We're both quite comfortable in the new Nissan.

Comfort was one of four main areas Nissan engineers fast-tracked for improvement on the new Versa. Efficiency, style, and value were the other three as the Versa's engineers built an all-new car from the ground up.

 Producing a spacious cabin and significantly smoother ride that felt more like a...

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6 Years ago
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First Test: 2012 Hyundai Accent SE
With all the adulation the automotive press has been heaping on the dashing new Hyundai Elantra and Sonata over the past year -- including our recent crowning of the new 2012 Elantra as the compact segment's crème de la crème -- we bet some of you are thinking Hyundai is a tad bit overexposed lately. Jumped the shark, perhaps?

Better break out the water skis, Fonzie, because the all-new 2012 Hyundai Accent has landed. Hyundai's economy car veteran has taken a couple of pages from the playbooks of its bigger brothers in hopes of more exposure and sales success: more "Fluidic Sculpture" sheetmetal, more features, more power, more miles per gallon. The entry price point goes up, too, but that's...

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6 Years ago
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ford mustang
First Test: 2012 Hyundai Genesis 5.0 R-Spec
Twenty Benjamins. Two large. Two thousand dollars. Any way you put it, throwing that much cash on top of the Genesis 4.6's $44,500 base price gets you a Hyundai sedan unlike any other. The new 2012 Hyundai Genesis 5.0 R-Spec touts more power, promises stickier grip, and has the most inappropriate name in Hyundai's modern-day lineup.

Despite what its label may conjure in enthusiasts' minds, the R-Spec isn't a sedan designed to embarrass the curvy-road combatants from Mercedes AMG, Cadillac V, and BMW M. No, the Genesis 5.0 R-Spec is more a sport model than 'Ring racer. That's that.

But the R-Spec is a step in the right direction. It gives the standard Genesis much-needed injections of athleticism...

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6 Years ago
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Verdict: 2010 Hyundai Tucson Limited AWD
In 2005, Hyundai introduced the first Tucson. At the time, the carmaker described the small 'ute as "a value-packed sport/utility vehicle that meshes with our buyers' active lifestyles." A half-decade later, and currently in its second generation after undergoing Fluidic Sculpture cosmetic surgery, the Tucson's original purpose remains unchanged.

Delivering on the active lifestyle promise was our swoopy, $29,590-as-tested 2010 Tucson Limited AWD. Editors deemed the Tucson buzzworthy after early impressions. The compact crossover segment isn't exactly regarded for its aesthetically smashing contributions, yet along came this looker to rouse our curiosity. But how would we feel after 12 months?

 Let's...

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6 Years ago
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First Test: 2011 Lexus CT 200h
Scouring Motor Trend's extensive test data, we found just one 2011 model year vehicle that's slower from 0-60 mph than the 2011 Lexus CT 200h - a four-cylinder all-wheel-drive Hyundai Santa Fe GLS. If all you want in an entry-level premium hatchback is highway on-ramp quickness, and you are repulsed by the CT 200h's 10.1-second 0-60 mph time, go get an Audi A3. The Lexus CT 200h is for drivers who appreciate a car that finds a meaningful compromise between speed and efficiency, but leans toward the latter.

 Your opinion on Lexus' new entry-level vehicle will depend on your priorities. A BMW 1 Series or Audi A3 hatchback might provide more driving enjoyment, but the Lexus combines reasonably...

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6 Years ago
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First Drive: 2012 Hyundai Accent
Ford and Chevy have just buzzed into the B-segment hive, but Hyundai has been hanging around it for some time now. The Korean brand's B-segment car, the Accent, has long been an easy choice for budget-constrained first-time buyers. Now that Ford has re-entered the subcompact segment after two decades, and Chevrolet has finally gotten serious with its new Sonic, Hyundai has redesigned its subcompact with stylish sheetmetal worthy of sharing showroom space with the new Elantra and Sonata. Until the 2012 model year, the Accent's most attractive styling came from the window stickers listing the manufacturer's suggested list price and the EPA fuel mileage.

 Those labels still look good. While Ford...

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